• Ultrasound in Your office

    Our facility is committed to providing healthcare providers and the patients in our community with the latest in technology and highest practice standards possible. Doctors refer patients to us because of our commitment to both exceptional imaging quality as well as thorough diagnoses.
  • Patients choose us because of our family-centered and compassionate environment. Our complete physician oversight, trained and RDMS certified technologists along with our experience and medical professionalism makes us the choice for all of your diagnostic ultrasound imaging needs.

  • Please call 818-534-8288 for all your scheduling needs.

  • Convenient quality ultrasound services
    Professional sonographers travel to physicians' offices, clinics, professional facilities, nursing homes, retirement communities or just about anywhere services are needed
    Timely interpretation by Board Certified radiologist and/or cardiologist
    Verbal impressions and faxes provide quick response
    Services available on a set schedule or PRN basis
    Most medical insurance plans accepted
    Participating Medicare Provider
  • An ultrasound test is a radiology technique, which uses high- frequency sound waves to produce images of the organs and structures of the body. The sound waves are sent through body tissues with a device called a transducer. The transducer is placed directly on top of the skin, which has a gel applied to the surface. The sound waves that are sent by the transducer through the body are then reflected by internal structures as "echoes." These echoes return to the transducer and are transmitted electrically onto a viewing monitor. The echo images are then recorded on a plane film and can also be recorded on videotape. After the ultrasound, the gel is easily wiped off. The technical term for ultrasound testing and recording is "sonography." Ultrasound testing is painless and harmless. Ultrasound tests involve no radiation and studies have not revealed any adverse effects.